Failure to Make the Proper Declaration to the French Data Protection Agency Regarding a Professional Email System Does Not Prevent Using Professional Emails in Court
A CFO of a company was dismissed for poor performance. He sued his employer arguing that his dismissal was unjustified. The company’s defense was based on several emails produced in court which were supposed to show the CFO’s poor quality work.
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